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29 March 2008

Shall I compare thee ...

The challenge this week on Make a Moo or Two is Text (& lots of it).


The mountboard base was covered in text paper. Then who else would be my inspiration for words than the wordsmith himself, Shakespeare. The pen nib is from one of Tim Holtz distressable cardstock sheets & covered in Glossy Accents.

I do realise that he would have used a quill to write, but there were no quills to be found.

26 comments:

  1. Wow this is great. Stunning moo.

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  2. love the text paper and you have a great selection of different art to share.
    thanx Chriss x
    you are invited to try for my blog candy which ends on sunday.

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  3. It's a very very beautiful Moo.

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  4. Great moo, your idea turned out just perfect:)

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  5. Love this Shakespeare moo!!

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  6. wonderful Moo, like it very much. I have not tried the horizontal presentation yet, it's lovely!

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  7. Super Moo, think Black and Cream are my all time favourite colour combination, even one of my kids pram was that colour!!
    Clairexx

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  8. i think shakespear would have been more than happy with your fab moo and to have a nib too :0)

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  9. I love your choice of text! Your moo pays great homage to Shakespeare.

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  10. Thank you everyone for your kind comments. They are much appreciated. xx

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